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A Special Invitation from
The Monroeville Lions Club
What: A special get-acquainted dinner meeting of the Lions Club (our treat)
When: Wednesday, May 10th, 2017 at 6:30 PM (until about 8 PM)
Where: Palmieri’s Plum Restaurant,
951 Old Frankstown Rd, Plum 15239 (between Rt 286 & Lindsay Lane)
Why: To learn more about the Monroeville Lions Club and our support for the visually impaired. No reservations necessary; For questions or more information, call: John at 412-527-6921
The Monroeville Lions Club will endeavor to empower volunteers to serve their community and meet humanitarian needs while also fostering friendship and good fellowship within and beyond the Club. The Lions Club will at times join with other Lions Clubs in efforts to aid causes regionally, nationally, and globally as deemed worthy by the Club. Our emphasis will be on assistance to the visually impaired while still being mindful of various local needs.
Please Donate to Our Annual Sight Seals Campaign: coming in the mail soon, or just send to:
Monroeville Lions Club
P.O. Box 417
Monroeville, PA 15146
Please consider joining our Lions Club. We serve many worthy causes, but our emphasis is on serving the visually impaired.
Reasons to Join a Lions Club:
Membership in Lions Clubs is by invitation only. Our Club members are continually searching for charitable individuals of good moral character and integrity who wish to "Make a Difference" and contribute to their community. email to: email@example.com
Come to our Lions Booth at the Saturday Farm Market to see and hear more about what we as members do.
We welcome individuals or couples of goodwill to contact a member and let him/her know you are interested. Applicants must be 18 years old.
For more information or other questions, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-527-6921
Mailing address: 130 Hidden Valley Rd., 15146
Also, like us on facebook: www.facebook.com/monroevillelions
Our Farmer's Market - Runs through November 19th. Come see us for brooms and more. See typical vendor offerings below:
See also, www.monroevillefarmersmarket.com
See the monthly Lions magazine online at: www.lionsmagazine.org
Used Eyeglasses: Can be dropped off at the Saturday morning Farmer's Market the 2nd Saturday of May through the 3rd one in November. Year round, we have a collection box just inside the main entrance of the Monroeville Library. We also collect used Hearing Aids in the same container.
Other drop-off locations are: Sam's Club (Wilkins), America's Best;
Broom Sales: Many styles available now at our Farmer's Market. Or contact any Monroeville Lions member you may know about getting you one or more.
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